Question about Apple MacBook PC Notebook
On opening boot-up two black vertical bands one inch wide appear and cannot expand to full size screen dimensions. Already tried changing display dimension(resolution)
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: display size / resolution
just gonna toss out a couple of questions here: 1) what do your startup items contain? since login and bootup sequence finishes completely (i.e., you see a dock and top menu), this sounds like a startup procedure kicking in. i'd look at startup items in your /Library and ~/Library directories, as well as maybe even /System/Library/StartupItems. something is resizing your monitor upon startup but only after full login and bootup. 2) Assuming the problem hasn't always existed, can you time it to a particular period of time? have you tried going into ~/Library/Preferences and viewing by modification date and pulling out a modified .plist file that would have to do with your screen resolution or virtualization of your screen, even just the standard com.apple.display.plist type stuff?
hope that helps!
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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